Aquaculture Research Grants
The Aquaculture, Public Health, and the Environment Research Grant Program supports Johns Hopkins University faculty, post-doctoral fellows, doctoral students, and adjunct faculty, to generate scientific contributions that explore the environmental and public health implications of aquaculture, characterize aquaculture and production trends, and examine the implications of aquaculture practices on food safety, food security, and nutrition.
Applications that emphasize interdisciplinary and collaborative work between or among investigators are encouraged, and opportunities may be available to collaborate with CLF staff/faculty on a proposed topic.
Grant(s) will be awarded in amounts up to $25,000 to support up to 12 months of new work (ongoing work will be considered on a case-by-case basis). This grant program aims to foster interdisciplinary collaboration in a variety of research domains, including policy-relevant research, policy analysis, and/or program evaluation. The ultimate goal of the program is to generate scientific contributions that will increase our understanding of the interconnections among food systems, public health, and the environment.
More information on Public Health and Sustainable Aquaculture Project.
For further information contact Meg Burke.